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    "with" or "to have"

    Dear All,

    Which one is the correct answer and why, "with" or "to have"?

    ...get a book ____ the writer's signature.

    "with" or " to have"


    Thanks a lot for your kind assistance!!

    All the Best and Happy Chinese New Year,
    Cicily

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    Re: "with" or "to have"

    Get a book with the writer's signature (in it).
    Get a book, so you can have the writer's signature.

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